This page provides information about the current state of volumes and heartbeats in the cluster. The volume status page also provides a popup menu to control volume services in the cluster.
Cluster status tab
This tab gives you a live view of the current stats of volume services in the cluster.
The following example shows two volume services, vol02 and vol03; note that vol02 has an additional pool associated with it that fails over with vol02 – there is no limit to the number of additional pools a volume service can have:
The colums of the display provide the following information:
- Volume service
The volume name itself and any additional pools (which are prefixed by the + sign).
- Volume state
The state on this appliance of the service, a state of Available means the volume is imported on that appliance (along with any virtual IP’s, iSCSI LUN’s etc).
- Failover mode
Determines what happens when a volume service is available but not currently running on any node. In manual mode a volume service will not start on that appliance – if a service is currently running on an appliance, setting to manual mode will not affect the running service.
- Current state since
This is the time of the last change of the volume service, so when a volume service is available on an appliance, the state since value is interpreted as when that volume service started on that appliance.
- Net interfaces
Heartbeat status tab
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